With the impending debut of the special edition 2019 EZone 98, Yonex must be faced with some interesting questions. Is the gold-with-black version a celebration of Naomi Osaka's ascendency to world #1? That celebration must seem a bit muted, with Osaka not playing very well and losing the #1 ranking after Roland Garros. Will this limited production model appeal to some worldwide markets (like Japan) more than others? With no changes to the specs of the EZone 98, will a new paint job be enough to entice consumers to purchase them? Or is Yonex just following a current industry trend to issue alternate paint jobs of existing frames to command a premium? What does the TT board think?